Canadian elite men’s XC champion Peter Disera has been riding Norco bikes for a few seasons now racing with the Norco Factory Team. At the Mount-Sainte-Anne World Cup, Canadian Cycling Magazine got a little more acquainted with the Canadian national champions team edition Norco Revolver HT built with SRAM Eagle XX1 featuring a very blinged out gold and black build.
Peter Disera’s season got off to a great start at the second round of the World Cup in Albstadt, Germany in May. Racing in the under-23 category, Disera finished third earning his first career World Cup podium.
Disera runs a 34T direct mount chanring on his SRAM XX1 Eagle carbon crankset. No chain guide needed here thanks to the narrow wide chainring. Photo: Matt Stetson
The HT M1T pedals with a gold axel match the SRAM Eagle gold bits nicely. Photo: Matt Stetson
Kenda Honey Badger tires mounted tubeless on a set of DT Swiss XMC 1200 carbon wheels. Photo: Matt Stetson
The black and gold theme continues back to the massive 12 speed cassette. Photo: Matt Stetson
More black and gold, but with a little red and white thrown in. Photo: Matt Stetson
A WTB Silverado saddle sits atop the Tru Vativ Noir T 40 seatpost. Photo: Matt Stetson
Top tear SRAM Level Ultimate brakes with the levers dialed in for a tight grip handle the stopping for Disera. Photo: Matt Stetson
A 100mm RockShox Sid WC with Charger remote lockout system take care of suspension duties. Photo: Matt Stetson
Disera uses the RockShox One Loc remote attached to a Truvativ Descendant handlebar and Stylo stem. Photo: Matt Stetson
Internal cable routing and a tucked away rear brake mount keep the Revolver HT's lines looking smooth. Photo: Matt Stetson
At 22-years-old he’s been competing on the world stage with Norco Factory Racing. At home, he had a superb ride at the national championships in June where he rode up a category to win the elite men’s Canadian XC mountain bike title. He will now be headed to the world championships in Cairns, Australia which takes place from Sept. 5 to 10.